Will you be elephantjournal.com’s Twitter pal?

Via on Feb 11, 2009

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It’s nearly Valentine’s Day, and we’ve finally got our courage up to pop the big e-question: will you be our Twitter pal?

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2 Responses to “Will you be elephantjournal.com’s Twitter pal?”

  1. Adrienne Juste says:

    Great blog! Sorry to get off subject, but since this is the new year, I’d like to find a great personal trainer in Nashville TN. Have you read any recent buzz? There’s a new gym called Next Level Fitness, but I’ve only seen a few reviews. Here’s the address of this new Nashville Personal Training Gym, 1917 Church Street Nashville, TN 37203 – (615) 329-2747. Let me know your thoughts! Thanks!

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